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Blog - Code matters

Bringing you the latest news, tutorials and insights on coding and entrepreneurship.

Why You Need More Skills In Today’s Digital World
May 23 2019

Why You Need More Skills In Today’s Digital World

Take a look into Matt Pitt's journey as he decides to quit his job, learn how to code and start his own Strategy and Design Agency.

More freedom and a healthier work/life balance through coding
May 21 2019

More freedom and a healthier work/life balance through coding

Sara studied Geomatics at Carleton University (Canada) and used to work as an analyst in both the private and public sector. She realized it wasn't what she really wanted as a career...

How to find your co-founder?
May 16 2019

How to find your co-founder?

For the success of your startup, finding the right co-founder is one of the most important things that a new entrepreneur needs to do. Surprisingly, after studying and working togeth...

From english teacher to web developer.
May 10 2019

From english teacher to web developer.

After ten years of travelling abroad and working as an English teacher, Jethro discovered the world of coding and decided to change his career to become a web developer.

BCG to bootcamp - always chasing the learning zone
May 8 2019

BCG to bootcamp - always chasing the learning zone

My philosophy is to always be learning by putting myself in new, scary situations. I think this initially led me to jump from mechanical engineering to the business world at Boston...

Le Wagon gave me the confidence to really go for the job I wanted
May 3 2019

Le Wagon gave me the confidence to really go for the job I wanted

Jerome studied Economics and like a lot of his friends, he started working at a bank to be surrounded by like-minded folks. But he always had a proclivity for coding, so he took part...

Alumni Stories: how I became a freelancer (and launched my startup)
May 2 2019

Alumni Stories: how I became a freelancer (and launched my startup)

Having recently launched her first venture with the release of Pool, we reached out to Nozomi, an alumni of our January 2018 batch, for an interview.

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